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TOEFL and IELTS Exam Vocab

by Jacqueline Schaalje

More TOEFL and IELTS Exam vocab!

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Quiz

Use the correct words, derived from these root words:
favour, evict, allege, dispute.

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1 After the tenants hadn’t paid rent for several months, their landlord was ready to ___________ them.

2 I shan’t ____________ with you over the exact allocation of funds. This is your job.

3 The _____________ that he had cooked the books, made the bookkeeper furious.

4 The circumstances are _____________ for a long weekend trip to our little beach house.

5 The rights of the indigenous population had long been _____________, but in the end it was decided to give them a certain area to live in.

6 The ____________ of the illegal settlers from their self-built strongholds was long and difficult but saw no violence.

7 Those comfy sandals are probably my _____________.

8 The ___________ kidnapping of the two young kids was detailed in the media, but in the end it turned out to be a hoax.

9 The art of being a friend is not passing judgment on ___________ matters.

10 Since when do you _____________ smoking cigars?

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